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Are we planting locate crops underneath GLAS?

Planting locate crops in Ferns Farmers planting locate crops underneath a Green, Low-Carbon, Agri-Environment Scheme (GLAS) contingency remember to follow a few manners that are summarized below. The initial thing to note is that during slightest dual opposite class contingency be planted in a mix. These class contingency also follow certain seed rates. For example, […]

Traumas ensuing in life-changing injuries occur twice as most on farms

Agricultural workers humour some-more than twice as many non-fatal workplace injuries as workers in other sectors, according to new investigate on plantation safety. Today, Monday, Jul 20, outlines a start of a eighth annual Farm Safety Week. The debate aims to revoke a series of accidents on farms and move about a change in enlightenment […]

93% of Irish farmers wish to revoke their CO footprint

93% of Irish farmers wish to revoke their CO footprint, according to a survey. IFAC’s Irish Farm Report 2020 was published in full this week and it reveals that farmers are apropos increasingly unwavering of a environmental impact they are having. ‘Investing in solar appetite helps variegate plantation income’ According to IFAC, seductiveness in renewable […]

New video array highlights women heading approach on farms

A video array launched by Ireland’s National Rural Network (NRN) confirms a new epoch for women in farming, highlighting volatile and innovative females heading a approach on Irish farms. The video array set out to highlight a pivotal purpose women play in contemporary agriculture. The Irish women in cultivation video array sum a practice of five […]

Appeal for assistance of open following burglary of quads

Image source: Police Fermanagh and Omagh An interest for information has been done by authorities following a thievery of quads in dual apart incidents in new days in Northern Ireland. In an interest from Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) officers formed in a Fermanagh and Omagh region, internal officers said: “Police are questioning a […]

Food trade shows ‘resilience in a face of Covid’ as pursuit prospects remain

Food prolongation and trade is display “resilience in a face of Covid-19” as pursuit prospects in a zone fell by usually 7% during a pandemic. According to a IrishJobs.ie latest jobs index, a internationally traded zone including food was a third largest zone in terms of suit of vacancies generated in Jun 2020. Despite this […]

Buildings Focus: A new 43-cubicle strew for an expanding dairy flock in Co. Mayo

In this week’s Buildings Focus, AgriLand spoke to dairy rancher Tom Clesham, from Cong, in Co. Mayo, about his new apartment shed. Tom, who farms alongside his father, Tim, are milking a group of 46 cows, that are done adult of predominately British Friesian cranky Holstein cows, by a six-unit parlour. Up until final winter, […]